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Cabo and Coral Reef Explorers Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-21 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings
ISBN:0692011706
LANGUAGE:English

"“Cabo and Coral Reef Explorers” is the third installment in this series, in which two young children, Cabo and Coral, live near the beach and spend a lot of time in or on the water, while practicing various earth-friendly habits. Examples include picking up their own trash as well as trash left behind by others. In this episode they demonstrate proper etiquette in and around reefs and tide pools.

Previous episodes in this series imply they live in Hawaii. In this episode they are driving through a desert to a beach from which they will take a boat to a nearby island sanctuary; it is unclear whether they are still in Hawaii or elsewhere, although they do make one reference to revisiting the site featured in the most recent book. Regardless of where they happen to be, the ecological principles they expound are equally valid anywhere.

In Reef Explorers the two spend a full day examining various life forms found in reefs and tide pools adjacent to the island. Later in the day they visit the opposite side of the island, where the aquatic life forms are entirely different, due to an offshore current of warmer water. Many different species of fish, shellfish, marine mammals, and marine plant life are noted and described, drawing the reader right into the reefs and tide pools with them.

As always, they have conversations with each other that serve the purpose of teaching the reader (the books are written for children) about potentially harmful things that could damage aquatic life, such as not breaking off pieces of living coral to take as souvenirs. Any of these books are very appropriate for young children who enjoy having stories read to them, and are very nicely illustrated. Reef Explorers is no exception; I recommend it as one more addition to a child’s library.

I was given a free copy of this book by Reader's Favorites in exchange for an honest review.
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"“Cabo and Coral Reef Explorers” is the third installment in this series, in which two young children, Cabo and Coral, live near the beach and spend a lot of time in or on the water, while practicing various earth-friendly habits. Examples include picking up their own trash as well as trash left behind by others. In this episode they demonstrate proper etiquette in and around reefs and tide pools.

Previous episodes in this series imply they live in Hawaii. In this episode they are driving through a desert to a beach from which they will take a boat to a nearby island sanctuary; it is unclear whether they are still in Hawaii or elsewhere, although they do make one reference to revisiting the site featured in the most recent book. Regardless of where they happen to be, the ecological principles they expound are equally valid anywhere.

In Reef Explorers the two spend a full day examining various life forms found in reefs and tide pools adjacent to the island. Later in the day they visit the opposite side of the island, where the aquatic life forms are entirely different, due to an offshore current of warmer water. Many different species of fish, shellfish, marine mammals, and marine plant life are noted and described, drawing the reader right into the reefs and tide pools with them.

As always, they have conversations with each other that serve the purpose of teaching the reader (the books are written for children) about potentially harmful things that could damage aquatic life, such as not breaking off pieces of living coral to take as souvenirs. Any of these books are very appropriate for young children who enjoy having stories read to them, and are very nicely illustrated. Reef Explorers is no exception; I recommend it as one more addition to a child’s library.

I was given a free copy of this book by Reader's Favorites in exchange for an honest review.
" said.

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